Debugging your Tabris.js Android app

In the latest release of Tabris.js, we have announced improved debugging support on Tabris.js Android. In this tutorial, we will show how to debug your app with Visual Studio Code. Please, refer to Tabris.js…

CLI keyboard shortcuts to help with Tabris.js app development

In the latest release of Tabris.js, we introduced a new way to interact with an app served by the Tabris.js CLI: keyboard shortcuts. They complement the interactive console (flag -i) that makes it possible…

Tabris.js Properties: pan

A "pan" event fires continuously when the user presses their finger on a widget and moves it more than 5px (though the precise distance can vary depending on the platform). This high-level gesture event…

Tabris.js Properties: HighlightOnTouch

The highlightOnTouch property can be set on any widget. If set to true, the widget will give visual feedback when touched. On Android, a ripple animation will radiate out from the center of the widget.…

Tabris.js 2.9 improves iOS 13 Support

We are happy to announce the latest update of Tabris.js 2. It ports some minor features over from the 3.x stream, but the most integral part of this release is a iOS 13 bugfix. Due to a change in Apple's…

ActivityIndicator

An ActivityIndicator informs the user to wait for some work to complete. The Widget shows a loading animation that should end when the job is done. The ActivityIndicator is one of the simpler widgets…

RefreshComposite

This widget allows you to implement a “pull-to-refresh” function and a “loading” indicator to visualize a long-running task. There is an option to disable the refresh component, so RefreshComposite…